Carolina Style Chopped Pork Sandwiches with Vinegar Pepper Sauce


In this cooking video The Wolfe Pit shows you how to make Eastern North Carolina Chopped BBQ Pork.

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46 replies
  1. Greg Oneal
    Greg Oneal says:

    Some folks talk about the time it takes. Thats the point. Kick back with your buds and make it an event. Back up the truck n crank some Hank, 2 or 12 budskies, jump in the pond, life is good.

  2. Elena Carter
    Elena Carter says:

    That looks so good! Every time I go to Lewiston and Windsor North Carolina I always get a couple of chopped barbeque sandwiches and hot dogs with chili and coleslaw. I haven't been back down south in a long time.

  3. smathfury
    smathfury says:

    Damn dude.. I wasn’t hungry when I started watching this but now I’m fiending! I may be a New York guy, but my stomach is from NC. I much prefer the tangier vinegar-based bbq than the sweeter stuff. When I first had your style of bbq, it was a game changer! Anyway, great work man.

  4. 1blessedbrotha
    1blessedbrotha says:

    I presently live in the DMV-(D.C. Metro area) right now, but ya,ll got me feeling so homesick right now, wanna go home but everybody that loved me are gone, God bless whoever posted this, you brought a smile and precious memories to this country boy.

  5. Aaron Harvey
    Aaron Harvey says:

    I am crying with tears of joy and sadness. Living on the West Coast now, I MISS NC BBQ, people out here try to copy NC BBQ and they fail so hard, THIS IS HOW IT IS DONE, GREAT VIDEO… you're doing the Lord's Work

  6. Jon Young
    Jon Young says:

    Hey Mr Wolfe, Thanks, this is the real deal!!!!!
    I followed your recipe. I used a 22.5 Weber grill with Kingsford charcoal briquettes in the "snake method " and chunks of Hickory wood on the charcoal.I haven't been to NC in a while, so I make my(your) BBQ.


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